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. so did indianapolis. it's become a tradition for the opener to be in the home of the prior year's super bowl champion, unless the tradition continues and we go to new orleans for the opener on nbc on thursday night september the 9th. it's the minnesota vikings and the new orleans saints. >> cris: i don't think it will be loud or noisy or excited fans down there, do you? >> al: we'll have to borrow drew brees' sons head phones. >> cris: we have the opening game and halloween night. >> al: we've both been to new orleans. every night is halloween down there. >> cris: i like new orleans. it's a heck of a city. it is going to be fun. it's really a rematch of what arguably was the best game of the season last year. all the pressure, the back and forth nature. two great quarterbacks going at it. up and down the field. overcoming turnovers and it comes down to a last second kick. it was as good as this league can offer for a championship game. >> al: second and four. and that's going to take us to the two-minute warning in canton, ohio. dallas cowboys tonight have o
and the bus went back to pittsburgh and new england celebrated. so did indianapolis. it's become a tradition for the opener to be in the home of the prior year's super bowl champion, unless the tradition continues and we go to new orleans for the opener on nbc on thursday night september the 9th. it's the minnesota vikings and the new orleans saints. >> cris: i don't think it will be loud or noisy or excited fans down there, do you? >> al: we'll have to borrow drew brees' sons head phones. >> cris: we have the opening game and halloween night. >> al: we've both been to new orleans. every night is halloween down there. >> cris: i like new orleans. it's a heck of a city. it is going to be fun. it's really a rematch of what arguably was the best game of the season last year. all the pressure, the back and forth nature. two great quarterbacks going at it. up and down the field. overcoming turnovers and it comes down to a last second kick. it was as good as this league can offer for a championship game. >> al: second and four. and that's going to take us to the two-minute war
nomination. joining us from indianapolis is the governor of indiana, mitch daniel. your state's private sector added 46,000 jobs this year. a growth rate of 2% which is triple the national average. what should washington be doing to boost hiring in the private sector? >> washington should be doing everything it possibly can because vibrant economic growth of a sustained nature and over and at a rate that we have rarely if ever seen is our only chance of keeping the terrifying deficits that we are now looking at from getting even worse. here in indiana we have done everything we know how and this preceded the recession, to try to build the best sandbox in america, lower the cost of doing business. keep taxes down particularly in this recession. make regulation fair and consistent and try to have the most inviting climate anywhere for jobs and investment. i'm hopeful national policy will take the same direction. >> chris: what about more stimulus? they are are going to pass in the house and senate the president this new bill i think it is $26 billion more state aid, keep teachers hired an
the numbers go probably to triple digits. indianapolis gets to 96. it will feel like 100 to 119 in most of the country. yep, that's august. >> coming >> coming up in the next half hour, we'll look at some activity in the tropics, george. >> okay, sam, thank you very much. >>> first lady michelle obama and daughter sasha are back home at the white house after a five-day trip from spain that has drawn flak for being who extravaga extravagant. yunji de nies covered it. >> reporter: sasha gave her father a belated birthday hug after a whirlwind tour of southern spain. just hours earlier, mother and daughter met with the spanish king and queen for a lunch of fresh seafood and veal. for five days, they shopped and saw the sights, all under the crush of crowds. this girls' getaway wasn't cheap. these hotel rooms run from $400 to nearly $7,000 a night. the white house said the obamas paid their own way, but their security is covered by american taxpayers. some estimates put that cost at $2 have the,000. >> if they were mrs. bush, screaming would be heard everywhere. >> this is completely overhy
you live. i want to go through a low-cost is city, des moines, iowa, indianapolis. if you have $100,000 a year to live on in those cities, you're considered rich so what does it take to $100,000 a year and not have to work? well, if you want to retire at 35, wouldn't that be nice, you're going to need $4 million. but if you can wait it out until you're 65, $2 million. but ali, speaking to you from new york city where you used to live, you know how expensive it is and unless you're a new yorker or someone who lives in l.a. or san francisco, what the experts say is you're going to need about $300,000 a year to live on to become comfortable. what does that mean? it means the ability to pay your taxes, a $3,800 a month apartment, pretty pricey, and $12,000 a month to live on, and the way you get that, ali, is by saving up $12 million by the time you are 35, which we know you have done, ali, even though you're not 35 yet, and then you can live on that. that's rich here in new york. >> now, so the issue here, of course -- it all comes back to politics and what we're talking about. because
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